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Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

org.eclipse.jdt.debug.core
Interface IJavaArray

All Superinterfaces:
IAdaptable, IDebugElement, IIndexedValue, IJavaObject, IJavaValue, IValue

public interface IJavaArray
extends IJavaObject, IIndexedValue

A value referencing an array on a target VM.

Since:
2.0
See Also:
IJavaValue
Restriction:
This interface is not intended to be implemented by clients.
Restriction:
This interface is not intended to be extended by clients.

Method Summary
 int getLength ()
          Returns the length of this array.
  IJavaValue getValue (int index)
          Returns the value at the given index in this array.
  IJavaValue[] getValues ()
          Returns the values contained in this array.
 void setValue (int index, IJavaValue value)
          Sets the value at the given index to the specified value.
 void setValues ( IJavaValue[] values)
          Replaces values in this array.
 void setValues (int offset, int length, IJavaValue[] values, int startOffset)
          Replaces a range of values in this array.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.jdt.debug.core. IJavaObject
disableCollection, enableCollection, getField, getField, getOwningThread, getReferringObjects, getUniqueId, getWaitingThreads, sendMessage, sendMessage
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.jdt.debug.core. IJavaValue
getGenericSignature, getJavaType, getSignature, isNull
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.debug.core.model. IValue
getReferenceTypeName, getValueString, getVariables, hasVariables, isAllocated
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.debug.core.model. IDebugElement
getDebugTarget, getLaunch, getModelIdentifier
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.core.runtime. IAdaptable
getAdapter
 
Methods inherited from interface org.eclipse.debug.core.model. IIndexedValue
getInitialOffset, getSize, getVariable, getVariables
 

Method Detail

getValues

IJavaValue[] getValues()
                       throws 
DebugException
Returns the values contained in this array.

Returns:
the values contained in this array
Throws:
DebugException - if this method fails. Reasons include:
  • Failure communicating with the VM. The DebugException's status code contains the underlying exception responsible for the failure.

getValue

IJavaValue getValue(int index)
                    throws 
DebugException
Returns the value at the given index in this array.

Parameters:
index - the index of the value to return
Returns:
the value at the given index
Throws:
DebugException - if this method fails. Reasons include:
  • Failure communicating with the VM. The DebugException's status code contains the underlying exception responsible for the failure.
IndexOutOfBoundsException - if the index is not within the bounds of this array.

getLength

int getLength()
              throws 
DebugException
Returns the length of this array.

Returns:
the length of this array
Throws:
DebugException - if this method fails. Reasons include:
  • Failure communicating with the VM. The DebugException's status code contains the underlying exception responsible for the failure.

setValue

void setValue(int index,
              
IJavaValue value)
              throws 
DebugException
Sets the value at the given index to the specified value.

Parameters:
index - the index at which to assign a new value
value - the new value
Throws:
DebugException - if this method fails. Reasons include:
  • Failure communicating with the VM. The DebugException's status code contains the underlying exception responsible for the failure.
  • The given value is not compatible with the type of this array
IndexOutOfBoundsException - if the index is not within the bounds of this array.

setValues

void setValues(
IJavaValue[] values)
               throws 
DebugException
Replaces values in this array. If the given replacement values length is less that the length of this array, only the number of values in the given array are replaced. If the given replacement values length is longer than the length of this array, values in positions greater than the length of this array are ignored.

Parameters:
values - replacement values
Throws:
DebugException - if an exception occurs replacing values
Since:
3.4

setValues

void setValues(int offset,
               int length,
               
IJavaValue[] values,
               int startOffset)
               throws 
DebugException
Replaces a range of values in this array.

Parameters:
offset - offset in this array to start replacing values at
length - the number of values to replace in this array
values - replacement values
startOffset - the first offset where values are copied from the given replacement values
Throws:
DebugException - if an exception occurs replacing values or if the given offsets and length are not within the range of this array or the replacement values
Since:
3.4

Eclipse JDT
Release 3.5

Copyright (c) IBM Corp. and others 2000, 2008. All Rights Reserved.

 
 
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